1 edition of Parish register of Campton cum Shefford found in the catalog.
Parish register of Campton cum Shefford
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Podington is an Ancient Parish in the county of Bedfordshire. Other places in the parish include: Hinwick. Alternative names: Poddington, Possington, Puddington Status: Ancient Parish Parish church: Parish registers begin: Parish registers: Bishop’s Transcripts: Nonconformists include: Parishes adjacent to Podington Souldrop Farndish Wymington Odell Wollaston Bozeat Irchester. Parish Register of Campton with Shefford, Books - Skip to main content. Try Prime EN Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Orders Try Prime Cart. Books. Go Search Best Sellers Gift Ideas New Releases Deals Store Coupons Format: Paperback.
Church of All Saints, Campton, Shefford, Norfolk, United Kingdom. 1 like. The Church of All Saints is the Anglican parish church in the village of /5. Shefford Hardwick, Bedfordshire Genealogy parish registers of christenings, marriages and burials are available online for the following years: BIVRI = British Isles Vital Records Index (Ancestry) - (£) .
Campton and Shefford Burial Board (later Burial Committee) records. Description: Note on registers: The registers are only extant from the opening of the Pinfold Holes cemetery in (see X / and microfiche ). However, the burial fees receipt books, , partially cover the gap for the earlier period. Date: In Campton the contract sum remained at five guineas between and , while in Clophill the doctor was paid eight guineas each year between and Ashwell's practitioner received £21 between and In Shefford, by contrast, the contract sum rose from three guineas in to £4 in , £8 in , and £10 by
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The first register for the church was started in and includes records for Campton-Cum-Shefford (as the Parish was known) up until when Shefford's own register was started.
The Campton-Cum-Shefford parish registers are notable for events in the 18th century including two people who were ex-communicated for nation: Church of England.
The first book of the registers begins in and the second in The church of ST formerly extra-parochial, is now a parish of about 1, acres, which is ecclesiastically annexed to the parish of Campton cum Shefford. The soil is sand and the subsoil gravel, and there are two old sand-pits and an old gravel-pit in the parish, besides.
Guide to Campton, Bedfordshire ancestry, family history, and genealogy: parish registers, transcripts, census records, birth records, marriage records, and death records. Transcribed Parish Registers. Barford (Little) - Vol 6 Battlesden - Vol 37 - 38 Blunham - Vol 19 Campton cum Shefford - Vol : Parish Register of Campton with Shefford, Bedfordshire County CouncilFormat: Paperback.
The parish register, including Shefford, dates from the year The Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and Records Service (BLARS) hold the registers for Campton: BaptismsMarriagesBurialsBanns There is no independent register except for marriages, for which the church was licensed in ; the earlier register is included in that of Campton, which dates from the year The Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and Records Service (BLARS) hold the registers for Shefford: BaptismsMarriagesBurials Shefford Parish register of Campton cum Shefford book Bedfordshire lies in the parish of Campton cum Shefford which contains the village of Campton as well as the market town of Shefford, which is arranged around the junction of the Bedford to Hitchin Road with the Ampthill Road/High Street, in the lowest-lying part of the parish.
Shefford is not named in the Domesday Book of This was because it was, at the time, a hamlet of Campton. During the Middle Ages Shefford was administered by the Manor of Campton-cum-Shefford. Domesday records three land holdings in Campton and it is the largest of these which became the Manor of Campton-cum-Shefford.
The original "hundred" comprised: The Parishes of Arlesey; Campton-Cum-Shefford; Chicksands; Clifton; Henlow; Holwell; Meppershall; part of Shillington; Lower Stondon; Little Holwell; Stotfold; Upper Stondon.
The first recorded reference to Clifton is in when it is referred to as Cliftune. Clifton is also mentioned in the Domesday entry reads. ↑ "The Parish Register of Campton cum Shefford, ", transcribed c and published by Bedfordshire County Record Office ↑ "The Parish Register of Henlow, ", transcript by Bedford Archives and Records Service.
Bedfordshire Parish Register Series. Bedfordshire is the first English county for which all the pre parish registers have been transcribed, indexed and published. All the volumes in the series are now available from us either in hard copy or on microfiche - for details see the accompanying list.
Please could anyone with access to the Shefford Parish records help with this query. John Wright born c Shefford, Bedfordshire married Unknown and had the following children Martha Shefford, Bedfordshire Maria Shefford, Bedfordshire Elizabeth Shefford, Bedfordshire Samuel Shefford, Bedfordshire John Shefford.
Campton with Shefford. V 2: Transcripts of Parish Registers and the Census Index, with searchable indexes to Baptisms: All Saints (), Shefford Baptists (), Marriages: All Saints () & St Michael & All Angels, Shefford (), and Burials: All.
COMPLETED Campton/Potton Parish registers - DUMVILLE «on: Tuesday 06 May 08 BST (UK)» I'm struggling to place one of my 4xg grandmothers, Elizabeth DUNVIL, who married Thomas Young in Arlesey inotp.
The register, including Shefford, dates from the year [Kelly's Directory - Bedfordshire - ] The church of St.
Michael, Shefford, a chapel of ease to Campton, is a plain edifice of stone, with an ancient Perpendicular western tower, containing one bell: the tower and north aisle date from the 14th century: the church was enlarged. Parish Register of Campton with Shefford, on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Bedfordshire Catalogue of Fiche, Film & CDs in the Library of the Australian Institute of Genealogical Studies Inc. Located in Victoria Australia. whose aims are to promote and encourage the study of Genealogy, Heraldry, Family History and allied subjects, and to assist members and the general public in genealogical and family history research.
The following information is taken from "A History of St. Michael and All Angels Shefford, published by Graham Cumming Ltd, The Church Publishers, Ramsgate". A copy is available in the local history/ reference section of Shefford Library. The Parish Church was formerly a Chapel of Ease to Campton.
Meppershall is a hilltop village in Bedfordshire near Shefford, Campton, Shillington, Stondon and surrounded by farmland.
The Village and the Manor House are mentioned in the Domesday Book in Norman Sidney Cooley (born 16 January ) is a former English cricketer. Cooley was a right-handed batsman who fielded as a wicket-keeper.
Shefford lies in the parish of Campton-cum-Shefford which contains the village of Campton as well as the market town of Shefford, and is arranged around the junction of the Bedford to Hitchin Road with the Ampthill Road/High Street, in the lowest-lying part of the parish.Shefford, a chapelry in the parish of Campton, county of Bedford Status: chapelry Parish church: Parish registers begin: Parish registers: Bishop’s Transcripts: Nonconformists include: Baptist, Methodist, and Roman Catholic Parishes adjacent to Shefford Upper Gravenhurst Meppershall Campton Chicksands Clifton Clophill Shefford Hardwick Historical Descriptions Imperial Gazetteer of .The Friends Of All Saints, Campton's charitable objectives: The preservation, repair.
Maintenance, restoration, improvement and ornamentation of the fabric of the parish church of campton, bedfordshire and to provide articles for use in worship there.